Volume 1 of Adi Parva of Kumaravyasa's Karnataka Bharata Kathamanjari, sponsored by the Maharaja of Mysore, 1912.Remaining 9 Volumes are here: https://archive.org/details/KumaraVyasaKarnatnatakaMahabharata Topics: kumara vyasa, mahabharata, karnataka
Vaisampayana begins telling the Mahabharata, beginning by telling us that Vyasa spent three years daily working on the poem. Following that, we hear about the Fishy-Fragrant Satyavati and Vyasa's birth. Topics: Mahabharata, Satyavati, Vaisampayana, Vyasa
Krishna is dead. Balaram is dead. The city of Dwarka sinks beneath the waves, and the refugees of that once-great city are making their way to Indraprastha with only Arjun as their protector. But the influence of the Kali Yuga pervades the earth, and Arjun is not the man he once was. When the vulnerable procession is attacked by bandits, his magic quivers run out of arrows and his magical weapons no longer obey his command. Only a fragment is saved, along with Krishna's grandson Vajra, who is... Topics: Arjun, Indraprastha, Vajra, Vyasa
Vyasa finishes his comforting storytelling, and then vanishes, leaving it up to Yuddistira to deal with breaking the news to Arjun that his son is dead. Arjun comes home expecting a party, only to find the camp in mourning over the loss of his son. He responds by swearing to kill Jayadratha by sunset tomorrow. The Kauravas find out about his oath and hastily make plans to keep the prince safe long enough for Arjun's vow to fail. That is all it will take to get the Pandava out of the war! Now... Topics: Kurukshetra, Vyasa, Arjun
व्यासमहर्षीकृत ’ब्रह्मसूत्र’ यावरील शंकराचार्यांच्या भाष्याचा श्री विष्णु वामन बापटशास्त्री यांनी केलेला मराठी अनुवाद. हा अनुवाद स्पष्टीकरण व भामत्यादि टीकाकारांचा अधिक आशय व्यक्त... Topics: Brahmasutra, Bhashya, Shankaracharya, Shankar, Vyasa
A collection of recordings from Vyasa-puja festivals of HH Kadamba Kanana Swami from 2003 until 2012.You can find the Vyasa-puja 2013 recordings here. Topics: Vyasa-puja, vyasa puja, vyasapuja, kadamba kanana swami
A series of Sunday Talks on Srimad Bhagavad Gita delivered by Swami Vimokshananda at Sarada Hall of Ramakrishna Mission, Singapore. The First Talks was on 19th July 2015. The Talks are scheduled every Sunday from 6 pm to 7 pm. Topics: Gita, Krishna, Ramakrishna, Vedanta, Vyasa
paramahaMsapriyA - is a commentary of shrImadbhAgavatam by shrI-madhusUdana-sarasvatI.This is the second shloka with commentary here. Topics: paramahaMsapriyA, madhusUdana, sarasvatI, vyAsa, bhAgavatam, shrImadbhAgavatam
This is an attempt to understand the enormous scope of the Srimad Bhagavatam written by Maharishi Veda Vyasa, more than 5000 years ago in Sanskrit verse. This text is an essay in English. The author is Dr. Bharat Bhushan - firstname.lastname@example.org The book is about the Srimad Bhagavatam, written in 18 Cantos and comprising 18,000 verses in Sanskrit. This document is an attempt to begin to understand the scope of the Srimad Bhagavatam when one starts to read it. There are several learned souls... Topics: Srimad Bhagavatam, Maharishi Veda Vyasa, Bharat Bhushan
The white horse returns home, only to be tied to a post, killed, & cut up into little pieces. The priests do their best to follow the old rules, but there's no way Draupadi is going to pretend to copulate with a dead horse! Jump ahead 15 years and Dhrtarastra finally decides to take leave of worldly cares, and he, Gandhari, & Kunti leave for a forest ashram. One year after that, the Pandavas and many citizens pay a visit to the old folks, where Vyasa allows them all to re-unite with... Topics: Ashwamedha, Dhrtarastra, Durvasas, Kunti, Satayupa, Vyasa
patanjali's yoga sutras with the commentaries of vachaspati mishra and the vyasa bhashya. This is a well-typeset sanskrit only edition from the Digital Library of India collection. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: patanjali, yoga, vachaspati mishra, vyasa, sanskrit, samskritam
This is about Srimad Bhagavatam, which is one of the greatest scriptures from the eastern part of the globe. This study is useful for those who want to pursue high philosophical and spiritual levels in their lives, while leading an ordinary life pattern, without resorting to extreme penance etc. What is required is only proper attention and sincerity of approach leading to a truthful living. Topics: Srimad Bhagavatam, Sri Krishna, Veda Vyasa
Vedavyasa classified Vedas into 4, wrote the 18 puranas and Mahabharata including Bhagavad Gita and Vishnu Sahasranama. Guru Purnima is celebrated as Universal Teachers' Day.Reciting hiw 108 names is a tribute to him which blesses us with wisdom and liberation. Topics: Veda Classifier, Guru Purnima, Vyasa Purnima, Vyasa Astottaram, Spirituality, Hindu Festiva,...
I've put together my review of the epic, in its totality. I discuss the strange way in which the epic goes into fine detail on some parts of the story, and breezes over others. Some of the most critical moments in the story, like when Dhrtarastra was skipped and then later made king, or during the dice game, or in dealing with the birth & death of Krishna, the story is ambiguous and full of holes. The only explanation that I can come up with is that the author himself may not have known... Topics: Bhakti, Channeling, False Vasudev, Karma Yoga, Krishna, Vyasa
Recordings and other media from the Vyasa-puja festival of HH Kadamba Kanana Swami that took place in Radhadesh, Belgium from April 25-26, 2015. Topics: Kadamba Kanana Swami, vyasapuja, vyasa-puja, hare krishna, KKS, Kingsday
LibriVox recording of The Mahabharata by Vyasa: The epic of ancient India condensed into English verse by Romesh C. Dutt. Read by om123. The Mahabharata is one of the two major Sanskrit epics of ancient India. Traditionally, the authorship of the Mahabharata is attributed to Vyasa. With more than 74,000 verses, Mahabharata is said to be the longest poem. Mahabharata tells the story of the epic Kurukshetra War and the fates of the cousin brothers Kauravas and the Pandavas. But more than that the... Topics: audiobook, librivox, epic, Indian literature, Mahabharata, Vyasa, adaptation Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa Translated into English Prose from the Original Sanskrit Text by Kisari Mohan Ganguli [1883-1896] Scanned at sacred-texts.com, 2003. Redaction at Distributed Proofing, Juliet Sutherland, Project Manager. Additional proofing and formatting at sacred-texts.com, by J. B. Hare. This text is in the public domain. These files may be used for any non-commercial purpose, provided this notice of attribution is left intact. This is the comprehensive Ganguli... Topics: The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Mahabharata, English...
Mahābhārata is one of the two major Sanskrit epics of ancient India,the other being the Ramayana.Besides its epic narrative of the Kurukshetra war and the fates of the Kourava and the Pandava princes, the Mahabharata contains much philosophical and devotional material, such as a discussion of the four "goals of life". 'Mahamahopaadhyaya' 'Padmasri' Pullela Ramachandrudu has attempted not only a summery of the great and wonderful epic,but has brought out the magic of its human... Topics: Mahabharat, mahabhaaratam, vyasa, hindu wisdom, pullela ramachandrudu, goli anjaneyulu, spirituality
The Mahabharata of the great Maharishi Veda Vyasa is a treasure trove of knowledge, principles and paradigms. It is written that what is not in the Mahabharata will not be found elsewhere. Written nearly thousands of years ago, the Mahabharata is as yet a source of knowledge, especially modern management principles. This publication takes up the character of Karna, and tries to understand the tragedy of Karna in establishing certain benchmarks in Management that should never be discarded. This... Topics: Mahabharata, Management, Karna, Maharishi Veda Vyasa, Bharat Bhushan
Vishnu sahasranamam - the thousand names of Vishnu is a list of 1,000 names of Lord Vishnu. It is the most sacred and commonly chanted stotras in Hinduism. The Vishnu sahasranamam is found in Mahabharata. According to the 149th chapter of AnushÄsanaparva in the epic Mahabharata, the names were handed down to Yudhisthira by the famous warrior Bhishma who was on his death bed of arrows in the battlefield of Kurukshetra. All the Trimatacharyas - Dvaitha,Advaitha and Visishtaadvaitha - Adi... Topics: adisankara, dvaitham, advaitham, visishtaadvaitham, satysandha teerthulu, sankara bhshyam,...